The Board of Elections is the only bipartisan entity involved in the oversight and ballot processing of Atlantic County elections. It works in conjunction with the other two election offices - the Superintendent of Elections and the County Clerk. The board is a quasi state agency funded by the county. It is comprised of 4 commissioners appointed by the Governor who serve staggering two-year terms. There are two Republican Commissioners and two Democrat Commissioners, as mandated by Title 19.
The Atlantic County Board of Elections works in conjunction with a variety of local, county, state and federal offices and agencies to carry out its statutory, election responsibilities. The Board of Elections acts to uphold and protect the integrity of every election and every vote in order to help ensure smooth, efficient and accurate elections.